Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Knordu and Bike


I wanted to show you something that I thought was very cool. The word verification of blogger gave me this word a couple of days ago: Knordu! Now this may mean nothing to my english speaking followers so I'll explain why I thought it was cool: Knor is the sound pigs make according to the dutch (like oink in english). Very fitting verification word for me I think.

And here you can see me sitting on the bike of my owner's OH, waiting till my owner and her OH are finished with shopping.

9 comments:

Cindy said...

lol! those word verification things crack me up sometimes!

The Queen of Clearance said...

I always wondered if those jibberish words meant anything. lol. what does OH stand for? Im sure its obvious but my mind is not working right :)

Irish Chicken Soup said...

Yes, what does OH stand for? I love the word verifications, thanks for sharing.

PS. I just got the word jurbarley.

Sullivan McPig said...

OH = Other Half, so her partner.
And jurbarley is a very cool word too!

EVE said...

that is interesting about your word verfication...knor is OINK!...neat!

hm...i wonder what crazy word will come up for me now...

xox~

Marie said...

I have always wondered why we have different words for what animals say, its not like they make different sounds in different parts of the world! There should just be a universal "sound" word for everyone to say I think, but that would make either too much sense or be too confusing, I am not sure which!!

And the word I just got was "isted"...which immediately made me think of twisted..

Marie said...

Oh, I will try and get up some more pictures of Moira tomorrow before we leave on our trip on Thursday! There will be lots of pics for you when we get back so I don't want to bombard you with two trips at once! LOL

Sullivan McPig said...

Yay! Moira pics are alway nice to get!
Have fun on your next trip!

Hammie en Gea said...

We'll make a picture of our bike too, it has ladybugs and red flowers! I don't think that hamsters have their own "sound-word" never heard of it ... Perhaps we can make one up?
Bye!
Hammie